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SOS Station – Catering for all your safety needs under one roof

The SOS Station is a one stop shop to access first aid equipment in the response to an emergency on site. Made out of recycled materials, the SOS Station …

New manifesto ‘Combating Risk in the Digital Age’ launched by British Safety Council

The safety charity launched its manifesto ‘Combating risk in the digital age. Protecting people in the economy of the future’ at a Parliamentary reception ..

Otto Simon – Award Winning Engineering Solutions

Chris Bridgland, Managing Director at Otto Simon Ltd discusses award winning engineering excellence in the coke/steel, industrial and process sectors …

Speedy Services – Intelligent Safety

Speedy is both the largest and safest hire company in the UK. HSE International interviews Steve Giblin CMIOSH, Group HSSEQ Director, to find out more …

The switch to electric cars – are we ready?

Although there has been an increase in the number of alternative fuel vehicles, including electric cars, they still make up a tiny percentage (1.2%) of all

ISO 21930 – Building a sustainable future

The latest edition of ISO 21930 will help assess the eco-friendliness of a building or infrastructure projects using a common method for expressing environmental product declarations (EPD)…

ISO 52000: Leading the way on clean energy building standards

ISO 52000 contains a detailed method of assessing energy performance as the total primary energy used for heating, cooling, lighting, ventilation and domestic hot water of buildings…

ISO/IEC 30182: Smart city concept model published

In 2007, over 50% of the world’s population lived in cities and today, that proportion is far higher. A new standard, ISO/IEC 30182, helps ongoing growth be safe & sustainable…

ISO/TS 22163: All aboard – a new standard helps to keep the trains on time

Developed in collaboration with the Association of the European Rail Industry, ISO/TS 22163 introduces a quality management approach to the rail sector…

Worker punctures lungs falling 8m through Salford storage shed roof

The man fell through a timber storage shed roof in 2016 and suffered multiple injuries including a broken leg, elbow and ribs. He punctured his lungs and also had his spleen removed as a result of the fall…